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“Determined” will be on display June 22, 2019, through March 29, 2020, at VMHC. Admission to the museum is complimentary for the Determined exhibition opening day (June 22, 2019). Horses and riders will be competing in over 200 classes through Sunday vying for championship awards.
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Google has taken Glass to the Hill and gone on the road to show “Cities Through Glass” to local and state lawmakers. The company has also told members of Congress that it will place certain limits on the device, such as vowing not to add facial recognition technology to Glass. And Google has been aggressive about publishing videos about the cool and interesting stuff its explorers are doing with Glass so far..
Government estimates anywhere between 100,000 and 300,000 children could be “at risk” of being trafficked each year. State Department also states as many as 17,500 foreign nationals are trafficked into the United States each year as well.”Americans need to know that this tragedy is happening here at home, under our noses, and is a reality of our times especially with the influx of child trafficking happening online through sites like Backpage and Craigslist,” says Bonnie Calvin, one of the event’s organizers.The 24 hour “giving day” will take place on September 16.of the campaign include: GEMS, Humanity United, Polaris, The McCain Institute, and Youthlink.”These organizations work day in and day out with victims and survivors of child trafficking,” says Calvin. “They provide survivor recovery services like education, housing, therapy and job placement.that, they provide the hope and direction survivors need to get their lives back on track and pointed to a brighter future.”is what real empowerment looks like to victims and survivors of human trafficking,” says Rani Hong, a sex trafficking victim and now a United Nations Special Advisor for victims.”Everyone’s Kids, Everyone Gives” is the result of a 2013 Ted challenge.”We should not stand for child trafficking and the sexual slavery of children anywhere in the world and especially here at home.” says Calvin.”We can be an example for the world to follow if we tackle this problem head on and eradicate it forever.”By Nina SmithEditor’s Note: Nina Smith is the founding CEO of GoodWeave International, a Washington DC based non profit organization that works to stop child labor in the carpet industry.In a small village in central Afghanistan, 13 year old Basma is about to start her first day of school ever.She’s a world away from the millions of western children who are now heading back to their classrooms for a new school year.Only weeks before, Basma was found working on a carpet loom.